Water is one of the world’s most vital, and limited resources, and therefore needs to be monitored. Managing this resource, whether it be through drinking water management, environmental, waste water, or recreational use, allows us to react faster and more efficiently to changes. This brings us one step closer to keeping water clean, consistent, and safe.
Every step of the treatment process, from your influent to effluent, requires strict monitoring as different parameters at each stage will influence the treatment of wastewater. Everything from balancing water parameters such as pH to testing COD/BOD, we’ve got you covered.Learn More
Testing pH and DO in a Wastewater Aeration Tank Blog
pH and dissolved oxygen are crucial parameters in many stages of the wastewater treatment process. Some stages require a lower pH, or higher dissolved oxygen, while others may require the opposite. Learn about a case where an operator was looking for a rugged and portable testing solution for their plant.
Having potable drinking water is the imperative of any community. Whether a public system or private, you need to test your drinking water to have water that is clean and aesthetically palatable. To meet demand, from source to tap, there is a full range of testing potential.
What Fluoride is Doing in Water and How to Test It Blog
Fluoride has become a trending topic in newsfeeds everywhere. But, where does fluoride come from and how do you test for it? How important is fluoride really?
Environmental monitoring of water is our insurance to help detect changes early enough so that action can be taken. Environmental water quality testing is an excellent indicator of overall environmental health, and if remediation measures must be taken. There are a wide range of products to match your testing needs, whether it be quick spot checks to laboratory accuracy in the field.Learn More